References for Section 6">Why do so many of these women leave the Computer Science program?
1. D. J. Lewis, ``Mathematics and Women: The Undergraduate School and Pipeline," Notices of the American Mathematical Society 38 (7), (Sept. 1991) pp. 721-723.
2. How Schools Shortchange Girls, 1992 report; and Gender Gaps: Where Schools Still Fail Our Children http://www.aauw.org/2000/ggpr.html, 1998 report, American Association of University Women. See also the fact sheet.
3. A. Pearl, M. E. Pollack, E. Riskin, B. Thomas, E. Wolf, and A. Wu Becoming a computer scientist: a report by the ACM committee on the status of women in computing science. Communications of the ACM 33 (Nov. 1990), pp. 47-58. Citation to  Barriers to equality in academia: Women in computer science at MIT. Laboratory for Computer Science and the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory at M.I.T., (1983).
4. B. R. Sandler, ``The Classroom Climate: Chilly for Women?'' in A. L. Deneef, C. D. Goodwin, and E. S. McCrate, editors, The Academic Handbook, Duke University Press, Durham, North Carolina (1988) pp. 146-152.